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33 Letters for Ukraine Polish designers created visuals of Ukrainian alphabet to promote Ukrainian language

33 Letters for Ukraine Polish designers created visuals of Ukrainian alphabet to promote Ukrainian language

Set up by Polish designers Joasia Fidler-Wieruszewska, Alina Rybacka-Gruszczyńska, and Aga Kotowska, 33 Letters for Ukraine is an ongoing initiative to express solidarity with Ukraine and show that it is an “independent country with its own culture, history, and language.”

Speaking on the thinking behind 33 Letters, Joasia says: “To put it briefly, we have two main goals for the project — promoting the Ukrainian alphabet and encouraging people to donate to organizations helping Ukraine. The Instagram challenge is an essential starting point, and we loved to see so many designers getting involved and expressing their solidarity by drawing the letters. But equally important are tangible results: collecting funds and education.”

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